Apr 15, 2013 6:30pm PDT
ago. finally tonight, just a friendly reminder, it is tax day. a new study from a group called the national taxpayer advocate using confidential tax data for being most likely to fudge on their returns. some of the hot bed areas, los angeles, san francisco, houston, atlanta and washington, d.c. and some of the top small businesses that raise red flags are construction companies, real estate rental firms because they tend to write off so much. so, there's so much going on there, that we have to keep an eye on those tax cheats. >> first, you got to file your taxes. >> and hurry up. you've got until midnight. thanks for watching. >> i'm bill griffin. have a great evening. we'll see you tomorrow.
Apr 16, 2013 12:00am PDT
corporations pays nothing in taxes, you have the opportunity to bring in some -- substantial amounts of revenue which is a much more preferable approach that cutting social ecurity or disabled veterans' benefits. politically, the president has disappointed a whole lot of his supporters. hisink public policy, if approach succeeds, a lot of people will be hurting. tavis: let me play devil's advocate. the calculation of the white house is the opposite of what you said. this is a political suicide. they had to know that there was a shade. advantage tosome this, my read of this is this is to placate the other side. this is to give the republicans what they want on social security, on medicare. they have been screaming forever about entitlement cuts. i hate the phrase in thailand reform coming entitlement cuts. part of my disdain is these are earned benefits. the americans to expect benefits have earned them. it ain't about no and talmadge. the president and white house made a calculation that there would be and a bandage to put these cuts on the table so why did they do it? >> i think their theory i